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Cameron’s Video Blog 11.18.13

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Cameron’s Video Blog 10.17.13

The latest installment of Cameron’s video blog – click here for more of Cameron’s blogging

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Ten Minute Battle: Izumo Ekiden, Japan Pre-Race

Ten Minute Battle: Izumo Ekiden, Japan Pre-Race

On Wednesday I board a Boeing 777 for a thirteen hour flight to Tokyo.  I am part of the nine-man Ivy League Select relay team bound for Izumo, Japan for the 25th edition of the All Japan University Izumo Ekiden Relay Race.  It consists of…

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NC Native Julia Lucas’ Summer at ZAP

NC Native Julia Lucas’ Summer at ZAP

I wanted to write a blog explaining why I spent my summer here at ZAP Fitness. It’s a good question, honestly.  My home is Eugene, OR, also known as Track Town, USA. I moved here four years ago to join the Oregon Track Club Elite,…

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Road to Fukuoka

Road to Fukuoka

While in town, I ran into a friend I hadn’t seen for several weeks. After we both said hi, his eyes became fixated on my face. They squinted, indicating something wasn’t right. After a couple seconds that felt like ten, he said,” You’re skin looks…

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I Need to Ramble a Bit…I Feel Inspired!

I Need to Ramble a Bit…I Feel Inspired!

Yesterday I received a letter in the mail. It is a simple message but something that greatly tied into a lot that I have been thinking about lately. The letter is as follows: “Zika, Pete, Ryan I need to ramble a bit… I feel inspired!…

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Sarah and the City

Sarah and the City

New York City has become a popular place to spend New Year’s Eve for many reasons. First and foremost, the famous “dropping of the ball” happens in Times Square, the heart of Manhattan. Secondly, the city that never sleeps literally does not sleep on New…

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Red Line

Red Line

As anyone who has ever trained as a distance runner on any level knows, injuries are almost an inevitable part of the process. When someone is trying to push themselves to that next level it is often a difficult balancing act between what you want…

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Holiday Season in Tallahassee

Holiday Season in Tallahassee

The holidays make me nostalgic and slightly weepy, so I apologize if this blog gets a little mushy. .. Down here in Tallahassee, I do not have a regular church to attend. I rely on recommendations and random Google searches to find services, which can…

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What is Your Wall Made of?

What is Your Wall Made of?

I’ve always been irritated by the type of runner who constantly claims to be at a level higher than their performance indicates. As an athlete, I am good as the performances I am able to bring to the road, track or trail. With that in…

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